DOWNTON ABBEY – A NEW ERA New York Premiere Red Carpet

Posted on May 16, 2022

The Julian Fellowes Cinematic Universe collided as the stars of The Gilded Age came out to cheer on their Brit cousins at the premiere of Downton Abbey: A New Cash Grab! We already gave the Crawley sisters the kind of spotlight they tend to demand, but let’s check in on how everyone else did, shall we?




Allen Leech

This is such a weird and unflattering combination of colors.




Christine Baranski

Miss Christina keeps things casually chic. The styling is doing a lot of work to make us ignore that top, which is kind of awful.




Claire Danes (in Carolina Herrera) and Hugh Dancy (in Prada)

They look very coordinated. That dress design looks like more fuss and trouble than it’s worth.




Cynthia Nixon

This doesn’t even feel like her style. We kinda hate that print, if we’re being honest.




Donna Murphy

All the credit to her for delivering a serve as hard as she can, but the bust is too tight.




Elizabeth McGovern

Her hair’s a mess and the dress looks cheap and wrinkled. We get the distinct impression your girl’s just not into it.




Hugh Bonneville

Can’t really argue with any of this. Nicely done, sir.




Joanne Froggatt in Michael Kors Collection

It’s just okay. We’ve seen it a million times before.




Phyllis Logan

The touches of orange are perhaps a bit over-matched (especially in the lip color), but this is boldly vibrant, unforgettable and kind of fun. It doesn’t lack personality, that’s for sure.




Raquel Cassidy

Ooof. This is almost hilarious in its badness. The textile is ugly and the design is costumey. Adding that bag and those shoes to that mess of a dress was just the ticky-tacky cherry on top of this bad taste sundae.








[Photo Credit: JOHN NACION/, Marion Curtis/Starpix]

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